Cookie Policy

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In order to make visiting our page attractive and to enable the use of certain functions, we use so-called "cookies". Cookies are small text files that are stored on your device (computer, laptop, phone, tablet, etc.).

They serve to make our web page more accessible, more efficient, as well as more secure for customers, and to facilitate the management of our platform.

Please see the list of cookies and the purpose for which we use them below. Some of them contribute to the optimal use of our web page. They are already stored on your device and we havr not had the opportunity to ask for your consent.

When you first visit our web page, a text will appear at the bottom of the screen: We use cookies. By continuing to use our site, you agree to this. Read the Cookie Policy.

More information about cookies on our page:

It is possible to set your browser not to save cookies or to delete existing ones. To find out how, please consult the manufacturer of your browser or use instructions for this.

Since you can prevent the recording of cookies through the relevant settings of your browser, please note that if you do so, you may not be able to use all the functions of this web page.

You can learn more about how cookies work at: (the information is in English)

Our web page uses Google Analytics, an analysis service offered by Google, Inc., to find out how users use our pages. The information about the use of this website obtained by means of cookies is usually transmitted to and stored by Google on servers in the USA. IP anonymization is activated on this website, so Google will partially obscure the user's IP address. Only in exceptional cases, the full IP address is sent, partially obscured, to servers in the USA.


You can disable the collection of data by Google Analytics through the relevant settings of your browser, through the Cookies settings button or by clicking on the following link. With the latter option, an Opt-Out-Cookie will be created on your computer, which prevents future collection of your data when you visit this page.


Details on how data is collected and processed by Google can be found at the following link:

Our web page uses the Facebook pixel. The Facebook pixel is an HTML code of our web page that allows us to define, measure and optimize an audience when running marketing campaigns.


The Facebook pixel measures cross-device conversions, enables automatic creation of target groups of website visitors, as well as retargeting and creation of dynamic ads.


Through the Facebook pixel, we do not collect personal information directly, but instead use the available information about the user for the purpose of retargeting them to our web page when they is browsing the Internet. However, in doing so, we do not know personal information about the specific user – for example, who the user is.

This website uses Google AdWords, a remarketing and behavioural targeting service provided by Google. With this service, the advertising activity of connects to the Adwords advertising network using cookies. "Medical Center Derma Act" EOOD does not identify or collect data about users through Google AdWords. You can opt out of showing ads through Google AdWords here.

Social media share buttons may be integrated into our page. For this purpose we use the AddtoAny application. We do not collect personal data when using this application. Read the Privacy Policy of AddtoAny here.


All share buttons are set up in compliance with the privacy requirements. Only when you click on the relevant "share button" on this website (and only then) is a direct connection established between your browser and the server of the respective social network administrator. According to social network administrators, no personal data is collected from social networks without clicking on the relevant share button.


Such data, including the IP address, is collected and processed only for registered members. If you do not want your visit to our website to be associated with the relevant social network profile, please log out of your relevant social network profile.


As the owner of this web page, we have no information about the content of the provided data and the way it is used by social networks. For more information on the use of social media data, see the privacy policies of the respective social networks.


Our web page may include widgets. Widgets are interactive mini-programmes that function on our page to provide specific services from other companies. Examples include displaying news, opinions, video, and more. Widgets may collect personal information, such as your email address. Widgets may also set cookies to enable them to function properly. Information collected by a widget is governed by the privacy policy of the company that created the widget.